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Officer Phillip Jackson

September 2018

During the month of September, I met three residents. The first resident I met was Arthur Huff. Mr. Huff was standing his yard talking on his cell phone when I met him. Mr. Huff stated that he has not had any problems. I gave Mr. Huff a business card and advised him if he had any problems to give me a call. The second resident I met was Tony Garza. Mr. Garza advised that he had been living at his residence for 32 years, and had recently retired. Mr. Garza advised that he has not had any problems. I left a business card with Mr. Garza and advised him if he had any problems to give me a call. The third resident I met was Samuel Young. Mr. Young told me that he has been driving trucks for almost 50 years. Mr. Young has been living at his residence for 66 years. Mr. Young stated that he has not had any problems. I left a business card with Mr. Young and I advised him that if he had any problems to give me a call.

I located a junk vehicle this month. The vehicle was a beige Plymouth Hatchback Ford Explorer that had an expired registration of January 2017. I left a junk vehicle notice advising the owner to get the registration updated.

It should also be noted that I made contact with the Greenwood family this month and they will again be hosting the National Night Out party this year.  This year, the party will be held at Freeman Town Park, located at 601 Burnet St.

I made contact with Dionicio Ortega and Ricardo Valdez, two registered sex offenders in the beat. Mr. Ortega advised that he is self-employed. Mr. Valdez is retired. Mr. Ortega and Mr. Valdez are both in compliance with their vehicle, address, and phone number as required by law.